The Federal Bureau of Investigation stated that it had identified 120 “targets” in its insider trading investigations, and another “120 subjects” in the inquiries…. This number comes on top of the 64 defendants charged since the arrest of Mr. Rajaratnam in October 2009 set off the current wave of investigations and prosecutions. The potential for more than 200 defendants being charged makes the insider trading push one of the largest white-collar crime campaigns since the savings and loan crisis in the early 1990s.
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